La Fair #668


The La Fair Trail #668 and the Bittle Loop Trail #669 combined create a loop route.  They are primarily used to access dispersed camping sites to the east of the Divide Forks Campground.  Both roads are in good condition but require high clearance vehicles.  The La Fair Trial forks left (east) about 50 yards from where the Divide Road, FSR #402 and the Bittle Loop Trail #669 interesct.  It travels at a level grade toward Smith Creek.  The trail then climbs at a steep grade for a short distance up a low ridge.  It ends when it reaches the Bittle Loop Trail #669.

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At a Glance

Open Season: June
Usage: Light
Best Season: Summer
Restrictions: Open to Hiking, Horseback, Mountain Bike, OHV, Motocycle, and Full size 4-Wheel Drive.
Closest Towns: Grand Junction, CO

General Information



Travel south 8.8 miles on the Divide Road, FSR #402, from the Northern Forest Boundary to the Bittle Loop Trail #669 intersection.  The La Fair Trail forks left (east/northeast) off the Bittle Loop Trail about 50 yards from the Bittle Loop Trail and Divide Road intersection.


Travel 1.05 miles on the Bittle Loop Trail #669 from its north trailhead to the La Fair Southern Trailhead.  Or travel 2.40 miles on the Bittle Loop Trail from its southern trailhead off the Divide Road across from Divide Forks Campground, to its intersection with the La Fair Southern Trailhead.



Off the Bittle Loop Trail #669.  T.  51N.,  R.  16W.,  Sec.  18.  U.S.G.S. Map:  Casto Reservoir.


Off the Bittle Loop Trail #669.  T.  51N.,  R.  16W.,  Sec.  17.  U.S.G.S. Map:  Casto Reservoir.



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  Area/Length : 
2.8 miles

  Elevation : 
8,600 - 8,700


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